air compression

air compression

[′er ‚kəm′presh·ən]
(physics)
The decrease of volume of a quantity of air as a result of an increase in pressure, as is accomplished by a piston moving in a cylinder.
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Manufactured at the highest quality standards and with functions such as Full Body Massage, Shiatsu / Acupuncture, Air Compression, Reflexotherapy and others, the Japanese massage chairs can be used by adults and children for relaxation and therapeutic reasons.
Key statement: A tire mold or a tire mold segment can include an air compression cavity, which connects to multiple surface connection slots having dimensions between 10 and 300 microns, which can be suitable for selective removal of air in the mold.
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Eventually, end users will be forced to upgrade air compression systems due to need for energy efficiency and compliance with stricter environmental regulations.
Air compression is achieved by the interaction of a fixed and an orbiting scroll.
A bed with an air compression mattress prevents bed sores.
The air compression system can re-use all the energy normally lost when slowing down and braking.
The soprano was also put in an air compression chamber and rotating chairs that induce nausea.
These technologies are also applicable to other gases including natural gas and air compression.
Wabco Holdings Inc, a global technology leader and tier-one supplier to the commercial vehicle industry, will supply its breakthrough c-comp clutchable air compression technology to another leading global manufacturer of commercial vehicles headquartered in Europe.
The aim of the work presented here is to develop a working process model for a thermal bus system incorporating low grade waste heat from production, air compression system and refrigeration plants for optimum utilisation of primary energy.